Μαγευτικά τοπία, ονειρικά ηλιοβασιλέματα και απέραντο γαλάζιο.
Ένα μέρος που σε μαγεύει πριν καν πατήσεις στο πόδι σου στο έδαφος. Η ιστορία του νησιού συναρπάζει καθώς μετά την μεγάλη ηφαιστιακή έκρηξη του 1613 π.Χ. 401 more words
If you are hunting for that last minute addition to your holiday suitcase then surely you have found it. One Last Greek Summer is that feel good holiday romance that oozes sunshine, cocktails and fun and just makes you smile while you are reading along. 138 more words
The title says it all, doesn’t it? We’re back and nicely tanned, having spent a few days on the islands of Skyros and Evia.
Located in the middle of the Aegean, Skyros is the place from where Achilles set sail for Troy after Odysseus discovered him in the court of Lycomedes. 493 more words
As I check out “stuff” news and articles this afternoon, I read an article (link below) entitled ‘Patmos: The heavenly Greek Island that mass tourism can’t reach’ ~ This is one of the places that Annette & I, along with a group of Salvation Army colleagues travelled to as part of our ‘Footsteps of Paul’ pilgrimage. 101 more words
Last month, I was having dinner at a friend’s house and was given a chilling reminder about where I am in the world.
I’ve spoken many times on this blog about the confusion that exists within me due to the stark contrast between the beauty of the island I live on and the disturbing politics that play out before my eyes in the form of how refugees and asylum seekers are treated. 631 more words
Amidst the breathtaking white-washed buildings and blue-domed churches of Santorini, tentatively tackling the cobbled, uneven labyrinth of streets with tanned and handsome beau in tow, one might expect to be beckoned by local business owners into their café / terrace / Swarovski-embellished jewellery shop. 1,235 more words